Where player conduct causes injury to another and that conduct amounts to a reckless or intentional assault or battery that causes injury, the conduct may amount to an offence1. There is, however, a sports-specific defence of consent which may be applicable depending on the circumstances of the injury2. Where a player intends to cause serious injury to another and does so it is an offence
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